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My girlfriend and I were recently having oral sex when she decided to use a body massage vibrator at the top base of my penis. She continued to suck on my testicles until I had a very strong orgasm. Later on I noticed a distension of the vein going from the base of my penis and wrapping around the front of the penis just below the head. The vein is hard and feels like a straw under the skin near the base. When I started to get hard the next day the vein became large and deformed and I started to get very worried. Any ideas? It seems almost like a blockage caused by the vibrator? I am very fit and healthy so I dont think it is anything but some kind of injury from the very powerful vibrations coming from the body massager.Any help would be appreciated...Thanks
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